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The case hinges on the claim that the former president tried to cover up a campaign finance violation with which he was never charged.
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A split U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit denied an en banc petition challenging the Federal Election Commission's failure to pursue claims against New Models.
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Libertarian Party Gets Victory in Suit Aimed at the Partisanship of Commission on Presidential Debates
Federal Election Commission ordered by judge to give more serious considerations to arguments about the Commission on Presidential Debates' partisanship and criteria for admitting third party candidates.
Not as clear cut to regulators as it may be to the rest of us.
Federal Election Commission Vows to Make Elections Less Interesting, or, They Want to Crack Down on "Deez Nuts"
In a time when electoral fantasy beats electoral reality, the FEC wants to bring down the hammer on campaign fun.